Tag Archives: sql server

Simulating Load

I needed to generate some load for a demo and wasn’t looking forward to doing it. I was in a hurry, and didn’t want to deal with a lot of setup. Fortunately, I’d seen a technique for doing this in … Continue reading

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What Limits Do You Want in 2019?

SQL Server 2019 is in development, and likely getting close to being released. I mean, it is named 2019, so I assume we’re down less than 6 months of time before we start deploying it. One of the decisions that … Continue reading

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Initialize-HgsServiceName Fails in VMWare

A short one, but one that took some digging and debugging and help from others. Saving here, so I remember, as do others. I had a VMWare Workstation v12.x VM of SQL Server 2016 and was working with this tutorial … Continue reading

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Getting Close

Last week we saw the release of SQL Server 2019 CTP 2.5, with enhancements for Big data clusterrs and a Java language SDK for SQL Server. This is the 6th public release of the next version, and one that’s coming … Continue reading

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